Oracle Policy Automation – What’s New in Version 12 Video 3

Oracle Policy Automation  – What’s New in Version 12

Oracle Policy Automation  – What’s New in Version 12, this article is part three in a series. The other parts can be found here: Part One / Part Two.

In the latest of the short videos I thought we would look again at the way Oracle Policy Automation Version 12 is changing our working practices. This is not a negative statement – just a signal that things change and that we should adapt if we want to feel at home with the tools at our disposal. In this video therefore we will look at two specific tasks – setting up a Gender Substitution to provide more flexible text (his interview is finished, her  interview is finished) – this is something that we looked at in Version 10 in this post in our previously available content.

The process is similar yet different, and certain elements are slightly unfamiliar. But this is all about learning. The second part of the video concerns another frequent task, namely modifying the properties of different aspects of a Decision Report. In Version 12, the Silent and Hidden attributes are now part of Explanations.

These videos are also available on our Youtube Channel. In the coming weeks we will be looking in more detail at the differences that are part of the learning process for people migrating to Version 12.

Until next time!


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Author: Richard Napier

Richard Napier joined Siebel Systems in 1999 and took up the role of managing the nascent Siebel University in Southern Europe. He subsequently was Director of Business Development and Education for InFact Group (now part of Business & Decisions) for 8 years. He now runs Intelligent Advisor IT Consulting OÜ. Owner of, he also is Co-Founder of the Siebel Hub.

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